03/08/2019

Gabriella’s Guide to Eating Out in Brighton

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Brighton is a place of so many cultures and also, so many restaurants. If you’re in the mood for Japanese or Thai you can always find somewhere to eat. Having grown up in Brighton, you see a lot of your favourites come and go so I wanted to create a list of the Top 50 Places to Eat in Brighton. A lot of people come to Brighton for the day from the surrounding areas, so having a list of where you can go and get a specific type of food might be useful! I haven’t eaten at all of these places personally, I’ve asked for recommendations from family and friends as well as on Twitter and Instagram. When I come back from America, I’m going to try and eat out a lot more so hoping to tick a few more off my list. 

I managed to include quite a few different types of food without really even trying, so I hope you enjoy the list below. If you do take one of the recommendations and go eat there, then let me know in the comments!

(Image by my friend Fiona as I rush and eat before I can take a picture, hi fiona! Her Instagram is here!)

Where can I go for brunch?

Redroaster Cafe

The Breakfast Club

Joe’s Cafe

The New Club

Silo Brighton

 

Where can I get some Italian food?

Franco Manca

Fatto A Mano

Very Italian Pizza

Donatello

Pinocchio

Amici

Semola Pasta

Polpo Brighton

(Image by my friend Fiona who likes eating out in Brighton as much as me! This was a Fatto a Mano pizza where we ate a lot and drank a lot of wine!)

I want to have some nice Pub food

The Walrus

The Ginger Pig

(I know there are a whole other 50 pubs in Brighton that do beautiful food but I had to try and keep it to Top 50 places, otherwise this list could go on forever. There will be probably be a whole other post just on Brighton pubs soon!)

I fancy a Mexican tonight

La Choza

Halisco

Wahaca

 

Where can I get some Japanese food?

Moshimo

Pompoko

Bincho Yakitori

 

The top 3 places for Thai food

Cafe Chilli

Giggling squid

Tookta’s Thai

Gabriella's Guide to eating out in Brighton - Meat Liquor

One offs – the restaurants that are unique to Brighton but also have mixed menu’s so hard to define by food type!

Meat Liquor

JB’s American Diner

Gars Chinese Restaurant

Kooks restaurant

Food for Friends

SIX Brighton  – I actually wrote a review on Six a couple of years ago and it was one of my first blog posts, if you want to have a look then that is here!

The Ivy

Cote Brasserie

The Coal Shed

Seafood The Salt Room

Indian The Chilli Pickle and Curry Lead Cafe

Caribbean Bus Stop

Indonesian Bali Brasserie

Greek Adelfia

Gabriella's Guide to eating out in Brighton - Meat Liquor

Cafes

Cloud 9

The Flour Pot Bakery

Cafe Coho

Marwoods

 

Drinks

The Bees Mouth

Paris Wine Bar

The Mesmerist

Twisted Lemon

No. 32

The Gin Tub

Brighton Music Hall

(Again, same issue as with the pubs in Brighton, there are so so many places to include so had to just do a few and in the future I will probably do a guide to drinking in Brighton!)

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, if you ever come to Brighton let me know because I’d love to hear where you end up! Follow me on Instagram and Twitter for more daily posts whilst I’m away at Camp. If you could share this post it would be amazing as I’m not on social media as much at the moment whilst in America.

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I post once a week covering topics such as solo travel, working and living abroad and also creating Gabriella’s Guides to places I have been. I cover topics under the following categories such as Planning and Packing, The Travel Diary, Travel Inspiration, Photo Diaries, Gabriella’s Guides and Working Abroad.

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